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think that was really interesting to see over the last few days too. that's a good trade. energy trades are always good---natural gas, really haven't seen any moves. it was crazy for a while. now it's settled down. now it looks like it's back to some good action again. > > thank you larry. have a good one. it's always been a key to getting hired. now, it's true even more so. having someone inside the company where you're applying for work who'll vouch for you puts your application and resume on the fast-track. and as our cover story explains, the recession is a big reason for this trend. the recession put millions of americans out of work and that included those who worked in human resources--the hiring department. "there's been a hollowing out of hr departments." now, with fewer h-r people to go through the avalanche of applications that increases with each class of graduates preparing to join the workforce, a good word on your behalf submitted by someone already working where you've applied, puts you in the express lane. "when you say to me i'll vouch for someone, that has a lot of cr
on with stimulus. > > now there was a little bit more fallout from the fed activity. we saw high-energy sell-side activity late in the afternoon session. it took a little while to come off, but again, for the most part, it was mostly led by the russell. the nasdaq was kind of lagging. the dow was joining in, and the s&p's definitely came to the front of the party as well and decided to join in a little bit late as well. this is one of the first days we have seen in weeks where we've actually closed on lows. i didn't think that it was even allowed anymore, but it looks like they did allow one in today. > what is behind the move in the euro? > > we are seeing a weak dollar, but also we are seeing some strength in the european markets. again, there was some news about spain, some concern about their gdp; but for the most part, i think that the overall consensus right now is just that things are looking up a little bit across the board for the most part. so, i think that optimism is spreading a little bit. we haven't really seen the dollar come off yet, but i want to point out while the euro is
in this country that are actually occurring. energy revitalization and independence, i think that gets undersold. the fact that our labour force is now competitive. i think longer- term those are good things. my question is how quickly we get there, and there are all kinds of speed bumps before we kind of get to that end-state nirvana. and the big factor that holds the key to that is what happens in congress. > brent schutte. thanks so much. > > thank you. the big easy is working mighty hard to make a big comeback. we'll see what's new in new orleans, next. as the monday morning quarterbacking gets underway, we wanted to give special attention to the real winner of the super bowl: new orleans. joining us via skype this morning, mark romig. he's president and ceo of the new orleans tourism marketing corporation and chair of the host committee for super bowl 47. congratulatoins on hosting a terrific event. is the city closing in on being back to where it was prior to hurricane katrina? > > that is a very good question. a lot of us believe that because the nfl gave us the super bowl to host when we
.50 per gallon. that as the energy information administration reports u.s. households spent an average of nearly $3,000 putting gas in their tanks in 2012, the most money since the early eighties. it's testy times in our nation's capital. president obama failed to submit a budget plan, and republican house speaker john boehner is calling him out on the missed deadline. "this was supposed to be the day he submitted his budget to the congress. but it's not coming. it's going to be late. some reports say it could be a month late." the white house spokesman says republicans should take up and pass the president's previous budget plans, which include billions of dollars in revenue from higher taxes. according to reports, the white house did not release an exact date on when the president will issue his next budget, but the white house reportedly is blaming congress for taking until january to work out a deal that would avoid the fiscal cliff. new york governor andrew cuomo proposes one of the most ambitious home buyback programs ever attempted. $400 million would be used to purch homes dest
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